It is critical that the community has an open platform of its own in this era of corporate ownership of media, fake news and the lack of adequate minority representation and equity in any form of journalism.
Every weekday afternoon we hand the radiowaves over to youth-produced and Detroit-centered programming. Still accepting applications from youth programs, hip hop artists, & prospective co-hosts. Email email@example.com for more information.
A history of Motown woven from interviews of the artist and the music that we still cherish today.
Locally produced program to explore the issues and events which impact Detroiters block by block, neighborhood by neighborhood, and across the city. Hosted by Reverend Joan C. Ross.
Community radio is made when local people produce and broadcast their own programs and participate in operating the station.
We depend on volunteers to reach our goal of broadcasting quality programming.
Listeners like you help us bring great radio, community events, and information about our city.
Free podcast/storytelling training
Remote/In Your Home – through October 31
Students or groups who complete the training and create their own story will:
To sign up text STORY313 to 73224 or visit www.publicinput.com/story313
Sponsored by www.wnuc.com & www.planetdetroit.org
Please join us for the next Kids-TALK Children’s Advocacy Center’s virtual Lunch & Learn opportunity!
Zoom Link: https://zoom.us/j/3935852846
Renisha Udorji and Phalguna Siddapureddy, Community Organizers with the Michigan Coalition to End Domestic and Sexual Violence, will present on “Prevention: Community, Collaboration, and Social Cohesion-mapping community engagement as a tool for community resiliency.”
Certificates of attendance provided. At this time, we are not able to offer CEUs.
Please RSVP to Karen Caudill, firstname.lastname@example.org. Register early as space is limited!